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scene an off duty sheriff's deputy. paul chambers joins us from just outside the market. >> this investigation is now going into hour six. the scene is right here behind me. you can still see deputies out there but that is the store across the way. that was the scene of the attempted robbery. here's what we do know. just after 10:30 last night alameda police say two armed men who were wearing either masks or something covering their face came inside the bond fair market here on the 1500 block of high street. according to police there were two employees inside. one in the stock room and the other working the register. they were going to rob the store when they came in contact with that deputy that was inside. the deputy fearing for his life and the lives of two of the store employees drew his gun. >> the deputy ended up shooting and killing one of the suspects who was armed.
and possibly shot the second suspect who we are still looking for now. >> reporter: now investigators are looking at bay area hospitals to see if anyone has been admitted for gunshot wounds. no one else was injured. according to witness statements they do not believe the robbers fired a final shot. also this morning the investigation continues into another deadly officer involved shooting in the bay area. this one happened near christine drive in vacaville following a brief chase last night. police say they were forced to shoot and kill a 20-year-old man after he charged at officers with a knife and hammer. this is vacaville's second deadly police shooting in the past few weeks. >> later we will find out the cause of death for a passenger
on asiana flight 214. the chronicle reports two sources told them the teenager was alive when she was run over and killed by an airport fire rig. the other says she was buried up to a foot of fire fighting foam. it's unclear if it happened before or after they sprayed the foam. oakland police hope neighborhood surveillance video will help them find the gunman responsible for the killing of an eight-year-old girl. a relative of the victim alaysha described to us the gunfire. as reported on yesterday's news she was at a friends house for a sleepover when someone rang the door and fired half a dozen bullets through the door. >> she loves people and she was a happy child. and she loved her mama. she loved her mama.
>> the other three victims are expected to recover. more than 30 uniformed and plain closed police officers canvassed the neighborhood last night. oakland police chief calls the violence against children an emergency. >> this is family needs you lord. come by here. >> and a group of mothers who lost children to gun violence held a vigil for alaysha. they gathered across the street where the shooting happened. one of the women who showed up to offer help was the mother of oscar grant. >> my heart bleeds. my son was only 22 but this is just a baby. this baby has not even went to high school. she doesn't have an opportunity. >> eight-year-old alaysha is the youngest victim in oakland this year. they also want to show solidarity with the hunger strike organized by the state's
prisoners. the rally is scheduled to begin at 11:30 at the california state building. similar rallies are planned in oakland, chicago, and los angeles, and new york. six days after a jury acquitted george zimmerman in trayvon martin's death, martin's participants are speaking out -- parents are speaking out. >> my son was unarmed and the person that shot and killed him got away with murder. >> protests and rally were held across the area. the justice department has placed a hold an all evidence in the case. negotiators for bart and labor unions are set to resume contract talks at 9:00 this morning. they have more than two weeks to reach a deal before bart workers strike again. they remain far apart on all the main issues.
however, there is still hope they can reach a deal and keep bart trains rolling. negotiators say they are ready top work around the clock to reach an agreement. next month's planned implosion could provide a valuable lesson about the hayward fault. it's concerned the most seismicically unsafe building at the california state university system. they tell the newspaper they will install 600 seismic monitors in the neighborhood and the implosion almost act like a tiny earthquake. scientists will use it to calibrate their seismographs. in southern california more people have been forced from their homes as that wild fire continues to grow. the fire is burning in very steep and rugged terrain near ido wild which is west of palm springs. 6,000 people are evacuated and so far more than 23,000-acres have burned. one commercial building and six homes have been destroyed.
4,000 other homes are threatened. firefighters worry a spike in heat today could make their efforts more difficult. the drakes bay oyster company most obey environmental laws. a marin county judge says the oyster farm at point rays must remove the clams grown by the farm. it must also manage debris including plastic tubes put in the water by the previous business. a federal appeals court is still deciding if the oyster company can stay in business. a lawsuit has been filed against the outside lands music festival by a woman who says she was raped and robbed. security did not help the woman as she was assaulted in a wooded area. three women reported being sexually salted during -- assaulted during last year's festival. the city of san francisco is moving forward with a bike registry program to help cut down on the number of stolen bikes. a new report shows more than
4,000 bikes were stolen or targeted last year. which is up 70% in the last six years. the increase in thefts is more likely due to people riding their bikes in the city. muni is also expected to release a bike parking plan in september. right now it's just about 4:37. we want to check in with sal for a look at traffic. happy friday, sal. >> happy friday to you, brian and pam. traffic is doing pretty well. we are off to a great start here as we look at some of the pictures. 80 westbound looks pretty good heading out to the mccarthur maze. no major problems by the way if you are drives to the bay bridge toll plaza. trying to get into san francisco right now. the roads are open for you bridges and also looking at the commutes on the nearby freeways. 880 and 101 they look very good. if you are driving in san jose
northbound 280, traffic is wide open for you. 4:37 let's go to steve. thank you, sal. a very good morning. before we get started, i have to say hello to vanessa she watches many me at 4:30 in the morning. really? i'm amazed. we have some low clouds around. yesterday i will tell you there is still that westerly breeze. when we had that heat wave a couple weeks ago, the low is very warm. so there is plenty to go around. 50 and 60s. 57 san jose. 54 santa rosa. 57 fairfield southwest at 18. in fact they had over 20 last hour. as long as there was a breeze. clearlake and vacaville you are warming up. low 90s for most.
fog, sun. i'm splitting the difference. it's warm for some, it's hot for others. there is thick morning fog. we'll keep an eye on things. 60s and 70s coast and bay. 70s and 80s and 90s far enough away yes. [ laughter ] maybe some of you like it, maybe some say steve, it's too hot. it looks like today and tomorrow we are topping out and cooler weather will take us into early next week. >> we have a live studio audience today. a former san francisco crime lab technician could learn her fate today. deborah madden is scheduled to be sentenced today after a misdemeanor charge of possessing cocaine. today's hearing comes after two trials ended in hung juries. she faces up to a year in prison. some of the biggest names in silicon valley are asking the federal government for permission to release information on the government's data surveillance request. more than 60 companies and
nonprofit groups such as google, facebook, and yahoo signed a letter saying the american people are entitled to know how many requests the company has received for customer data. the real concern for the companies is that overseas customers may stop buying their products because of government snooping. >> right now most of the companies is having technologies blocked in asia and europe and need some level of disclosure so they can stop the sales stoppage before it gets out of control. >> he also says for many silicon valley companies 70% of their sales are to overseas customers. it's 4:40. big changes at san jose state. the reason the school has decided to put some of the online classes on hold. plus the mikers of vitamin water are heading to court. good morning. southbound 101 traffic golden gate bridge that looks good heading down to the toll plaza.
good morning. still areas of fog, low clouds and it will be a big difference in the temps again. 90s inland but 60s and 70s by the water. tomorrow marks one year since the deadly movie theater shooting in aurora, colorado. on july 20th of last year a gunman shot and killed 12 people and injured dozens of others. today there will be a ceremony for the victims at the same colorado state park where a gun rights group plans to hold a rally. one state lawmaker calls that a slap in the face. a couple that survived the movie theater shooting plans to get married tomorrow. just to turn the tragic anniversary into a positive day. they were on a date when the gunman started shooting inside the theater. han was shot while shielding davis from the bullet. and she says she was right by his side as he recovered.
he proposed a few months later. >> it brought me back to that night and how he did kind of save me. so of course i want to keep him around. [ laughter ] >> reporter: eugene and kristin have known each other since elementary school. we will learn more about detroit's plans to emerge from bankruptcy. rick snyder is scheduled to hold a news conference in about 2.5 hours about a plan to restructure the city's debt. it is the biggest u.s. city to ever file for bankruptcy. several california cities have also filed for bankruptcy in recent years. vallejo declared bankruptcy in 2008 and emerged from protection three years later. stockton declared bankruptcy last year. at the same time it was the largest u.s. city to declare bankruptcy. and orange county declared bankruptcy in 1994 while facing a debt of $1.7 billion.
time is 4:45. the conformation of janet napolitano as the next president of california was met with protest. uc campus police arrested six protestors and removed them from the room. as you can see there. the protestors say the record number of deportations during napolitano's time as homeland security secretary makes her a bad choice. in her remarks she tried to address their concerns. >> documented or undocumented, we welcome all students to the university of california. we are here we're in the business of education. >> napolitano becomes the first female president of the university. she will be paid a salary of $570,000 as uc president. the board of regents say they
offered $20,000 more which is what the current president makes but napolitano opted to take the pay cut. and she will receive a relocation stiven. as well as an annual car allowance, benefits, and retirement plan. her current salary as secretary of homeland security was roughly $200,000. some online classes at san jose state are on hold after more than half the students failed their final exams. the university announced the suspension of five online classes less than six months after they debuted. courses being suspend red statistic us, algebra, instruction to programming and psychology. they need to reevaluate the courses and considering longer semesters for online students. the maker of vitamin water will do forward was a class action case. they accused coca-cola as
deceptive labeling. a judge ruled the lawsuit can continue but that the plaintiffs cannot get any money no matter what the verdict is. time is 4:47. moving right along happy friday everybody. happy friday, pam. sal, let's hope today straffing is light today. >> you are mr. optimistic today. >> i know. [ laughter ] i'm kidding, it's friday. you know what, brian, i think we can say that right now things are great. seriously. i'm not kidding. this is a look at 80 westbound. and it looks very good from vallejo all the way out to the mccarthur maze and bay bridge toll plaza. and there are no major problems at the toll plaza. so all kidding aside, i think it's a pretty good commute. if you are getting on the road early, you should have pretty good conditions getting across the bridges and going to your final destination here. if you are driving into the south bay, for example, right now it's a good time to do it. northbound 280 getting up to
highway 17. so the traffic is good. what about the weather? >> sal, i kid you not i'm seeing more people on the road. >> i think they want to avoid the traffic. >> i think you are right. we have areas of fog that burned off. 60 ann 70s. there is still low clouds. there are some a little thicker. i know we had some in upper county. 50s and 60s on the temps. a little cool for some but there is a westerly breeze. high pressure is building in. it's not been drinking its power shakes or anything. it's warm to hot. i think a lot of areas will top out today and tomorrow. there is thick fog so keep an eye on things. 60s and 70s and 80s and 90s. i'm sure ukiah and clearlake will be closer to 100 if they were not yesterday. i think ukiah was 99. fremont 80. redwood city 78. santa cruz 74. there is a big difference in
the temps. it looks like unless you are really far inland temperature will be in the 90s. a massachusetts state trooper upset with the rolling stone magazine cover of marathon bombing suspect is dzhokhar tsarnaev one shows the suspect bloody and surrendering to authorities. a red dot can be seen in the middle of his fore head. he looks fluffed and buffed like a rock star. 49ers star line backer amare brooks is off the hook. brooks won't face any criminal charges for allegedly hitting a teammate on the head with a beer bottle last month. witnesses told police that brooks hit lamar drivens with the battle three times on june 8th. originally he said he wanted to press charges but changed his mind a few days later. 4:50 is the time.
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richmond high school gang rape trial. they were convicted of all three charges against them. they are on trial for participating in the brutal gang rape of a 16-year-old girl outside richmond high school home coming dance in 2009. a richmond police officer who worked closely with the victim was happy with the verdict. >> i mean, nothing ever makes what happens this horrific event go away, but i think she will appreciate the justice system served. >> they will be sentenced on august 15th. both men could get life in prison. two other men have been convicted in the case and two others are still awaiting trial. new zealand set a new top speed while getting one step closer to a final round. they recorded a top speed of more than 40 knots. that is 50 miles an hour.
they almost take on artemis racing. data quick says the average bay area home is now $550,000. that is up nearly 7% from may. the average was $290,000 last june. that means home prices had the biggest jump in 24 years. >> and actual numbers that the tax role is within 5.5% of what it was in 2008. at the height the record height. >> the contra costa county assessor says that indicates they will have a full recovery from the recession sometime next year. california's unemployment rate continues its slow decline. the jobless rate for june 8.5%. that is down one tenth of a% from may. bay area added more than 30,000 jobs last month. santa clara county had the most
new jobs. 3500. there were 1700 new jobs in the east bay. and san francisco, san mateo, and marin counties added 1200 more. just about sixmies before 5:00 this morning. let's go to sal. keeping an eye on traffic. looking good on the roads? >> it is. we are doing very nicely if you will be driving sometime soon. i think you will like seeing the pictures. this is a look at interstate 880 in oakland. i think steve is right. just from watching traffic for so long and doing this particular job for so long, we do more people on the road in the early hours. and i think people are just trying to avoid getting into traffic jams. better gas mileage and that whole thing. san mateo bridge westbound 92 that traffic looks good. but we have a paramedicout on the way -- paramedic unit on the way. this morning's commute is looking pretty good over on the peninsula.
sol traffic on 101 and 280 are both doing very well. it's 4:55 let's go to steve. still lots of low clouds around. antioch has dipped to 59. when we had that really, really hot weather temperatures in the 70s to 80s. there is a cool little breeze for some. yes some areas will warm up but this is just above average. and by the coast and bay i don't see much change. high pressure system will continue to build over us. maybe today and tomorrow. then i think that is it. it will hang around. we'll have normal summertime pattern here. 50s on the temps. still a westerly breeze off in the delta. sat west at -- southwest at 18. that is not bad. it will still be warm to hot as you get farther inland. 50s and 60s and 40s in the mountains. thick fog but a westerly breeze that is the direction the wind
is coming from. if it was a north, northeast, then the coast would be about 95. but that isn't about the case. if we don't top out today, it will be tomorrow. we will see gradual cooling. temperatures heading back to the 80s. the san francisco zoo is welcoming a new girl to its family. a new baby gorilla was born on wednesday. weighing in at five pounds one ounce. the unnamed baby is a western low land gorilla which is considered an endangered species. she will be introduced slowly to the zoo's six other is gorillas. coming up next in our 5:00 hour breaking news from alameda. a deadly officer involved shooting at a neighborhood market. we have learned there was trouble at the same store just last week. also big money problems for one ambulance company.
the attack that may have led up to it. the ambulance company that serves a south bay is facing financial trouble. we'll tell you what happened and how county officials are responding. good morning. thank you for joining us, friday morning july 19th i'm pam cook. >> good morning, i'm mike mibach in for dave clark. let's go over to steve. happy friday. >> thank you, sir, you too. pam, as well. we do have fog out there. but the inland temps are actually in the 50s. i was just looking. port chicago has a west wind at 0 miles an hour. that is pretty tough to get that hot when you have those conditions in place. 90s close to the water. 60s and 70s here is sal. >> steve, traffic on highway 4 is moving along pretty nicely if you are driving through the area there are no major problems. also we are looking at the commute on 680 southbound getting into the south bay.